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Monday’s scholastic girls’ roundup: Radnor survives challenge for N. Dame; U. Dublin’s Cross hits 200 career goals

Monday, 3rd May 2010

Categories Girl's/Women's, High School, Posted 5/3/10

Amalia Antonoplos scored four goals and Kelyn Freedman and Allie Martin each added three tallies as visiting Radnor broke open a tight game and claimed a 15-8 victory over Notre Dame Academy today in non-league girls’ lacrosse.

Radnor, the top-ranked team in the PA Media Rankings and Rankings, improved to 15-0. Notre Dame, ranked No. 10 by, fell to 9-3.

The game was tied, 5-5, at halftime, and Radnor held a 9-7 with 10 minutes left when the Red Raiders went on a tear and scored six of the game’s last seven goals.

Courtney Campbell added two goals for Radnor and Annie Woehling made five saves.

Maggie Corcoran had three goals for the Irish while Kristen Bandos and MC McDonald each had two. Tori Dudjian made 10 saves.

“Radnor went up 9-7 and when we pressured them to get the ball back they did a great job of challenging and finding the open player,” said Notre Dame coach Erin Cook. “The game was a lot closer than the score.

“We did much better on draw controls in the first half and lost possession a little bit in the second half. Our defense, including our goalkeeper, played exactly according to our game plan. They are a great team, and we are very happy with our performance today.”

Downingtown East 19, Merion Mercy 15

Emily Solenberger collected six goals and four assists and Kelly Devlin had five goals and three assists while Ashley Poli added four goals and two assists to lead the Cougars to the non-league win. Ali Murray made 17 saves in goal.

Emily Corcoran had seven goals and one assist for the Bears while Margaret Corzel collected four goals and three assists and Bonnie McShane had three goals and two assists.

Upper Dublin 17, Cheltenham 6

Amy Cross scored her 200th career goal with 10 minutes remaining in the first half as the undefeated Cardinals (12-0, 9-0) cruised to the Suburban One American victory.

Cross, who has signed with Syracuse, finished with four goals and has 202 in her career. She also had one assist. Her younger sister, Kelly Cross, had four goals and three assists.

Brooke Callahan added three goals and one assist while Emily Hitchings had three goals while Kathleen Speese scored two for UD

Olivia Dudo led Cheltenham with three goals and one assist while Caroline Szczepanek scored twice.

Downingtown West 15, Avon Grove 8

Jaymie Tabor collected six goals and three assists to help the host Whippets claim the Ches-Mont League win. Tabor, honored at Senior Night, now has 231 career goals and 106 assists.

Eva Winiarski added three goals and three assists for the Whippets and Kellyn Warren had three goals and one assist.

Kasey Callaway led Avon Grove with three goals.

Wissahickon 19, Methacton 9

Sam Stutman had five goals and two assists and Aubrey Bossert collected four goals
and five assists while Jessica Scannapieco made 16 saves to pace the Trojans to the non-league win.

Laura Frankenfield added three goals and four assists and Alex Smith scored four goals for Wissahickon.

Sara Watro led Methacton with four goals.

Upper Merion 11, Plymouth Whitemarsh 8

Mel Ryan poured in six goals to lead the Vikings to the victory.

Cait Mundy had two goals for the Colonials.

Pottstown 18, St. Pius X 2

Kasey Mock collected five goals and four assists while Katie Hipple and Milan White each had four goals and Amanda Krok added two goals and three assists to lead the Trojans to the PAC-10 win.

Kari Yaculak had both goals for Pius.

Boyertown 16, Owen J. Roberts 4

Emily Austerberry had three goals and two assists and Brooke Fisher scored three goals while Jordan Heidlebaugh and Raelynn Mikell each had two gaols and one assist for the Bears in the PAC-10 win.

Kristen Gregory made 13 saves for the Wildcats.

Perkiomen Valley 12, Spring-Ford 11

Jen Nyce (two goals) tallied the game-winner with two seconds left and Amber Gansz had three goals as the Vikings earned the PAC-10 win.

Maddie Ward had three goals for the Rans.

Phoenixville 16, Pottsgrove 12

Meghan Fortmann and Britney Rohall had four goals each for the Phantoms in the PAC-10 win.

Ashley Delaney had three goals and Becca Dolenti added two goals and three assists for the Falcons.

Sacred Heart 13, Gwynedd Mercy 9

Eileen Dombrowski had six goals and Stephanie Finley added five goals and two assists while Annie O’Donnell led the defense for Sacred Heart in the Catholic Academies win.

Jaime Baumgardner led Gwynedd Mercy with three goals.

Pennridge 18, Central Bucks West 7

Jess Roy tallied six goals and an assist and Emily Maher fired in five goals for the Rams.

Tori Ueland led the Bucks with four goals.

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